M Accelerator and Black Dog Venture Partners form Strategic Partnership to Accelerate Foreign Startups entering the US Market

LOS ANGELES - Sept. 16, 2019 - PRLog -- Black Dog Venture Partners and M Accelerator announced a strategic partnership to help early-stage startups develop more effectively. The two companies are teaming up to offer high-value training sessions to international and local businesses in the fast-growing Los Angeles startup ecosystem.

Los Angeles is one of the fastest-growing startup ecosystems with a unique combination of local and international founders working on projects of several different stages of business development. Based on an analysis of 101 startups postmortem, a report by CBInsights says that "running out of cash" is the second biggest reason that startups fail. A fact strongly connected to their ability to raise funds.

"We are thrilled to be partnering with M Accelerator to spur the growth of international startups," said Scott Kelly, CEO Black Dog Venture Partners. "Combining our fund raise consulting, business development and executive coaching services with their top-level startup training is a win-win to all involved."

"When founders are looking for investors, having a solid idea and strategy is definitely not enough, delivering a convincing pitch requires skill and preparation," said Alessandro Marianantoni, Exec. Director and founder of M Accelerator. "With Black Dog Venture Partners, we offer our founders, high-quality pitch training sessions, invaluable feedback, and a real opportunity to get funded."

About Black Dog Partners
Black Dog Venture Partners provides venture capital consulting, corporate finance, business development, digital marketing and publicity for regional and national brands and fast-growing companies. Black Dog's team has a long history of success in the entertainment, sports, technology and finance industries.

Black Dog Venture Partners is also the founder and host of The VC Fast Pitch Conference which connects disruptive startups with the country's top investors raising millions of dollars annually. Learn more at http://BlackDogVenturePartners.com

About M Accelerator
M Accelerator is an international accelerator program in Los Angeles with a dedicated workspace and training programs for founders, managers, and students. With an emphasis on business design and growth hacking, our coaches have more than 30 years of experience in business consulting and started working on digital marketing when Google was under Stanford's web domain! Check more about our programs at https://maccelerator.la

Contact
Scott Kelly, Black Dog Venture Partners
scott@blackdogventurepartners.com
4802063435


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